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    That's pretty clear, thanks. I've been using Clockwork recovery in ROM manager for now as it's seems to be pretty easy and fool proof. I'm also guessing that if I update my CM7 to the most current, it will over write my current kernel and I'll have to reinstall that, also.
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    The kernsl should be included with the updates so you shouldn't have to reinstall it unless there is a specific one you prefer to use.

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    Now that I say that I can't be totally positive. I don't use CM. Just keep doing what you've been doing since you've not had any problems as of yet.

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    From what I've read on the difference between ROMs and Kernels, you can install a kernel without installing a ROM, but not the other way around. I could be wrong. Thanks again for your help!
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    You're both correct. Each rom uses their own kernels and you can change back and forth without having to change roms or wiping in between.

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    Thanks CJ!

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    Anytime. If you dont have an app to control the cpu, like SetCPU, I suggest you look into it. Running overclocked kernels can cause the cpu and battery to over heat. Which can shorten the life of the battery and phone. Apps like SetCPU can step in to control the cpu and cool things down automatically. SetCPU also allows you to set up "profiles" that help save the battery.

    Also, frequencies that are too high or voltages that are too low can cause bootloops. If that happens, go down in frequency or up in voltage. And its a good idea, if your trying new kernels, to load a few to the sd. That way if you do bootloop, just go to recovery and flash a different kernel. That just saves time as opposed to flashing a backup.
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    CM7 includes overclocking options, but you're saying I should also use setCPU? Not a big deal as I've already purchased it, but wasn't aware I'd have to run it in CM7.
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    Not for the OC options, but for the profiles. Just to protect the cpu and battery from overheating. You can also set it to underclock when the screen is off or the battery gets low to help save battery life.

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